Introduction.--Protection to American labor.--Trade with British America.--How our war debt can be paid.--The South,its resources and wants.--American industry and finance.--Contraction, the road to bankruptcy, not to resumption.--Internal revenue.--Report of special commissioner of the revenue.--The eight-hour system.--Mr. Wells' report.--Personal explanation.--Farmers, mechanics, and laborers need protection, capital can take care of itself.--The value of an inexportable currency.--Judge... Topic: United States -- Politics and government
The speaker as premier.--The exercise of the suffrage.--The election of a President.--Do the people wish civil service reform?--The Chilean controversy: a study in American diplomacy.--The colonial town meeting.--The colonial shire.--The rise of American cities.--The biography of a river and harbor bill.--The public land policy of the United States.--Why the South was defeated in the Civil War Topic: United States -- Politics and government
byLovestone, Jay 1897-1990. Wolfe, Bertram David, 1896-1977. Dunne, William F.
A collection articles by Red luminaries published on the occasion of the opening of the CPUSAs Workers school, later known as the Jefferson School of Social Science Topic: United States -- Politics and government.